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& House Dems are fighting to combat climate change, conserve public lands/oceans, protect wildlife, boost clean energy and defend Tribal rights
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Nat Resources Dems 6h
It’s day 31 of the . Americans are suffering more and more as they try to get by without pay. How are you affected by the shutdown? Visit to share your story.
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Nat Resources Dems 9h
GOP had two years of one-party government. No excuses. What does have to show for it?
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Nat Resources Dems 13h
Donald Trump is reversing the progress we’ve made on combating climate change. Our public lands are our greatest resource. We should use them to tackle the climate crisis, not make it worse.
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Congresswoman Sharice Davids Jan 19
Nathan Phillips' behavior in the face of that crowd demonstrates why we have so much respect for our elders. Our society is failing a portion of our youth, as these young men highlight with their misguided actions. Leadership starts with each of us. Thank you, Nathan Phillips.
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Nat Resources Dems Jan 19
There are 25 million acres of protected land within 100 miles of the border, with six wildlife refuges and six units calling it home. Our public lands are no place for a wall.
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Nat Resources Dems Jan 19
President Trump cut Grand Staircase-Escalante by 2 million acres – almost in half – so he could hand it over to mining industry friends. Wildlife and land will suffer the consequences of his obsession with extraction at all costs.
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Nat Resources Dems Jan 18
Democrats have voted nine times to reopen the government and end the . It’s time for to bring one of these bills to so we can fund our people and our parks.
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AJ+ Jan 18
Indigenous people from all over the world are marching in Washington, DC. It's a historic of this scale in the nation's capital.
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Nat Resources Dems Jan 18
Thank you for sharing your story, . “It makes me so angry that a completely unrelated political fight is costing these kids their education.”
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Nat Resources Dems Jan 18
Trump supports coal mining and oil and gas drilling on public lands – and does nothing to use public lands to address our climate crisis. Read Chair and ’s op-ed on what Trump is missing.
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Nat Resources Dems Jan 18
This really shouldn’t be necessary. Reopen the government and end the , .
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Raul M. Grijalva Jan 18
Myself and are re-introducing the Act to reverse the egregious land swap that gave away sacred Apache land to an international mining company. It is time for our government to fully respect tribal sovereignty and all Indigenous People's rights.
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Raul M. Grijalva Jan 17
Our forum yesterday lifted up the voices of the Tohono O'odham Nation, whose citizens will be separated from their cultural heritage, friends, family, and ancestral homeland by Trump's ridiculous border wall. Their voices matter.
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Nat Resources Dems Jan 17
President Trump is not even trying to conceal his contempt for Americans he considers a target. His mockery of Indian Country is ignorant and destructive.
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Nat Resources Dems Jan 17
is the most misunderstood problem facing Americans. Protecting our public lands will play a huge role in the solution.
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Nat Resources Dems Jan 17
This shutdown is a violation of our trust responsibility. Chair + held a hearing to hear firsthand how the is negatively affecting tribes & public lands.
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Nat Resources Dems Jan 17
Native Americans are in the midst of a crisis. The has cut off funds that keep food on the table and pay for life-saving medications like insulin.
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The Washington Post Jan 16
Replying to @washingtonpost
"Try not being represented for 200 years, and then all of a sudden have somebody who looks like you,” said Deb Haaland, one of the first Native American women in Congress.
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Nat Resources Dems Jan 17
The administration hasn’t stopped selling out to their oil and gas friends during the . Chair , & wrote to BLM asking why furloughed staff are on the job leasing the National Petroleum Reserve in Alaska to Big Oil.
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Nat Resources Dems Jan 17
The drive by political appointees to push employees out is a huge conflict of interest. “Once they’re gone, the extractive industries will be able to check off the top item on their wish list.” -
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